All our servers are currently overloaded. Please try again later or get our premium subscription.Get PremiumRefresh pageWe are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStreamEpisode 01: Hill Street StationEpisode 02: Presidential FeverEpisode 03: Politics as UsualEpisode 04: Can World War III Be an Attitude?Episode 05: Double JeopardyEpisode 06: Film at ElevenEpisode 07: Choice CutEpisode 08: Up in ArmsEpisode 09: Your Kind, My Kind, HumankindEpisode 10: GatorbaitEpisode 11: Life, Death, EternityEpisode 12: I Never Promised You a Rose, MarvinEpisode 13: Fecund Hand RoseEpisode 14: Rites of Spring (1)Episode 15: Rites of Spring (2)Episode 16: Jungle Madness (1)Episode 17: Jungle Madness (2)
Hill Street Blues - Season 1The dramatic events of this series begins with much more excitement that follows the lives and work of the police in unknown city and describes the suffering of those staff especially because the shortage of the staff. The first season of this series opens with a want from the United States president to visit Hill, and the arrangements which are applied to make this happen.
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Critic Reviews of "Hill Street Blues - Season 1"New York TimesNovember 29, 2018
With a superb cast, noticeably devoid of established stars, Hill Street Blues manages to provide its weekly doses of typical police action while focusing tightly on personal relationships.IGN MoviesNovember 29, 2018
Even by today's standards it's not afraid to go for the jugular. This is the show that made television producer Steven Bochco into the powerhouse that he became, and with writing this electric he certainly deserves it.Paste MagazineJuly 19, 2018
With its handheld, cinema verite-style camerawork, widespread incorporation of slang and large ensemble cast, Hill Street Blues marked the first shot fired in what would become an artistic revolution.